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Right now, the Jacksonville Jaguars are an undefeated ball club. Their head coach hasn't lost a game. Their offense isn't blemished. Their defense hasn't been ridiculed.It's just the preseason. While the Jaguars and Dolphins get together on Friday night for a little more than a "friendly" competition at EverBank Field, there is more riding on this game than a win and a loss, especially for the Dolphins, who turn the ball over too many times in a loss to the Cowboys last week. The Jaguars will likely be without star receiver Cecil Shorts and defensive end Jeremy Mincey as well as rookie defensive back, Jonathan Cyprien. What that means for the franchise is other rookies and roster-wanting players will need to step up their game and show a little magic on the field. Here are a few things to look for in Friday's matchup. Tannehill and Wallace on the field together: The two have been working on their timing and the “long ball” in practice. Tannehill played ...
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Blaine Gabbert will walk onto the field tomorrow night as the Jaguars' starting quarterback, but that doesn't mean he'll still be in that position by the start of the season. Here’s what Gabbert has to do to ensure his survival as the Jaguars’ starting quarterback moving forward.
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Whether you prefer to call it an open competition or a controversy, there is at least no longer any question about who the Jacksonville Jaguars will start at quarterback when they open their preseason Friday night against the Miami Dolphins.
Coach Gus Bradley said Thursday that Blaine Gabbert, the starter for most of his two seasons in the NFL, will get the...
Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew will sit out this week’s preseason game as a precaution and Blaine Gabbert will get the start for Jacksonville.
This has been a closely contested battle throughout camp, with Henne perhaps playing slightly better so far. But Gabbert probably would have to faceplant in order to lose the job because of his status as the No. 10 overall pick...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Former Michigan star Denard Robinson is wearing his college number again.
Jacksonville's "offensive weapon," listed on the depth chart at four positions, switched from No. 29 to No. 16 on Tuesday and plans to wear it the rest of the season.
Receiver Jordan Shipley had worn No. 16 since signing with the Jaguars last November. Shipley agreed...
Feeling “no pain” and “back to normal again,” Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew wants to play in Friday’s preseason opener against the Miami Dolphins in Jacksonville. Entering the final year of a $31 million deal, Jones-Drew is recovering from a surgically repaired foot. “I’m cutting great, no swelling,” said Jones-Drew, 28, who earlier this summer was accused...
Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts was well on his way of having a great camp this year, but the third year receiver left Monday's practice early with a strained calf. Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union reported that the receiver suffered the injury while running a deep sideline route.
Shorts limped off the field and hasn't returned to practice this week. Coach...
There is no clear cut leader in the race to be the Jaguars starting quarterback come September 8th against Kansas City. The fact there is no decisive front runner really means that Blaine Gabbert is winning this competition.As the starter last season, Gabbert led the Jaguars to a 1-9 record before he was injured and gave way to Chad Henne, who could do no better and helped the team...
As expected, the Jacksonville Jaguars will roll with Blaine Gabbert over Chad Henne as their starting quarterback — at least that’s the case for the moment.
“I think that he's really shown a lot of poise,” head coach Gus Bradley said Thursday via ESPN. “I think he handles situations that have been presented to him in practice. They both have done some really good...
Blaine Gabbert is getting another preseason start for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Coach Gus Bradley named Gabbert the starter Thursday, two days before the Jaguars play at the New York Jets.
Gabbert played the first four series in the team's exhibition opener against Miami, completing 5 of 10 passes for 19 yards. He had two passes dropped and another one go off a fullback'...
According to Gene Frenette of Jacksonville.com, Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew said he's "back to normal again."Fantasy Spin:"There's no pain in my foot," he said. "I'm cutting great, no swelling." Jones-Drew held out through training camp and the preseason last year, returned for Week 1 and then suffered a Lisfranc fracture after...
Offensive tackle Pat McQuistan has signed a deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars, who spent last season with the Arizona Cardinals and had signed with the Dallas Cowboys in the off-season.
Tunnel Vision: McQuistan, who has played for the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints as well as the Cardinals and Cowboys has a shot at making the roster as beyond Cameron Bradfield the backups...